The Sacred Cow

Have you wondered why in India they do not eat beef? The cow is said to be sacred and not to be eaten. But could there be another reason? Could these animals be one step closer to evolving into human beings? In the Tip of the Writing Brush, the following verses appear to insinuate this view of reincarnation.

Until now there has been much talk of rebirth as oxen or horses, but there has been no one who knows his past or future. 5-1

If you let your debts pile up, a path of oxen and horses will finally appear. 8-54

In these verses, it is suggested that if our hearts are filled with evil, we may regress to a lower animal on the evolution scale, like the oxen or the horse in our next life.

In one of the chronicles of the foundress, she thanked the preparer of the feast, but also taught her followers to say delicious, delicious so that the fish on the plate could come back advanced on the evolution scale.

The evolution of human beings has been documented on a physical scale, from the first cells to our multicellular structures. This process taking millions of years. But could each organism present today continue to advance to a higher form in the next life, like the fish served to the foundress in the above example. This may explain the continual increase in the population of the world.

The final human stage of development separates us from any other species. We have the ability to think. It is with our minds that we can understand the intentions of God, and make the world better. To those that continue to go against God, the future may be a path of oxen and horses?

About heaventruth

A fundamentalist in the translation and interpretation of the Book of Prophecy (Ofudesaki), as it relates to the world today and in the future.
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